I could really watch this video over and over again. Visually it really sucks you in and memorizing you. Not to mention the tune in the background is so laid back and chill. It is really cool to stare at the video as if you were looking at a magic eye, the video comes to life in 3-D without having to wear a pair of goofy glasses. This is truly graphic design animation at it’s best.
So the day has finally came, the premiere of Lost. Time to get out my Dharma gear and oil up my new lost glow in the dark tattoo because this is the final season and I am pumped. If you don’t watch Lost just calmly skip over this post and move onto the next one and know you are a fat looser. If you do watch the best show ever made then I have a nice little gem that will get you ready for the big night. Youtube user “pyram1dhead” put together a Lost video synchronizing the events of the plane crash in the style of the show “24″. It is really cool to see what everyone was doing at that exact same time in one video, so enjoy.
In 1960 a US Air Force Col. named Joe Kittenger jumped out of capsule which was attached to a balloon roughly 19 miles (120,000ft) above earth. His free fall was 4:36 before his shoot opened and he eventually landed in the New Mexico desert.
50 years later in 2010, a free fall professional named Felix Baumgartner will attempt to break the records for freefall speed, time and height with a nearly 23 mile high jump. Felix’s resume includes: A winged freefall crossing the English Channel in 2003, World’s tallest building base jump The Petronas Towers (Kuala Lumpur) and the record for world’s lowest base jump at 95ft off the Christ statue in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Date for the jump is not yet determined.
What a great example of how we create using our words. We begin our lives by believing the lies. Then, when awareness creeps in, it shows us something else is possible. We have the ability to create beauty and compassion with our words, both internal and external. Which do you choose? And how will you transform your words? Make sure you watch the video from start to end, there is a major twist and you won’t understand if you don’t watch the video in it’s entirety.
This video was created by Jonathan Reed for the AARP U@50 video contest and placed second. It is based on the Argentinian Political Advertisement “The Truth” by RECREAR.
A picture says a thousand words, but music is what can truly heighten emotions. Whether it is an dramatic score like the one from ET, an eerie repitition like that of Jaws, or some circus music like in the next clip shot in Boston’s North Station.
The test is to first just watch the clip to see what kind of emotion it evokes. Then, reach down.. grab your head phones and give a simultaneous listen..things can go from really scary to really funny.
Of course I am relieved that our fallen angel was not injured, the patrons were there to help and the train conductor acted so swiftly. But mostly, I just cant stop laughing.
On December 7th, 2009 at 1:30pm GMT Starbucks invited musicians from all over the world to sing together at the same time to raise awareness for AIDS in Africa. In that one breathtaking moment, musicians from 156 countries played “All You Need is Love” together. Watch now, as musicians from all around the world come together and share a song.
The global sing-along is part of their continuing efforts to help fight AIDS in Africa. In just one year in partnership with (RED)™, Starbucks has generated money equivalent to more than 7 million days of medicine to help those living with HIV in Africa. You can make a donation or just check the website out here.
Illustrated with technical pen,frame by frame done by a graphic design degree student living in Singapore. She only posted her username on Vimeo which is “saggyarmpit”, classy and elegant, I like her. She is due to graduate in 2010 and is in the process of putting more of her work on a website coming soon. The audio she used was called Dr. Dre rap beat, but she is unsure if it is an actual Dr. Dre beat, which is doesn’t sound like it is at all. Regardless, the video is amazing and she puts together a very intricate “flip book” if you will, of parkour in the streets.
Samuel Cockedey was born north of France and now resides in Tokyo. He is a photographer and has put together some epic time lapse videos that have been very popular on the net. His latest time lapse brand new and tantalizingly beautiful time lapse video was taken around Mount Fuji, Miyajima and Iwate prefecture in Japan. Like his previous works this one is breathtaking and gorgeous with two of my favorite scenes being the very first scene in the clip and the other at the 2:14 mark. You can check out more of his work at his website here.
I don’t really know why anyone would want to put a rocket launcher on their motorcycle, but it’s bad ass fit for a sci-fi movie. Though not very practical, this rocket pod-equipped motorcycle is sure to get your attention, and most certainly in trouble with the law if fired on public roads.